ACBL Makes Appointments

Tuesday, November 02, 2004
American Commercial Barge Line announced the following appointments: Larry Cornett, Keith White and Reuben R. Bush have joined ACBL as Fleet Managers in the Planning Center.

James Benjamin Chandler, Theus Slemmons and Jackie Hansford have been named Dispatcher in the Logistics Department.

Donald N. LaVigne, Jr. has joined ACBL as Boat Com Operator in the Logistics Department.

Scott W. Nelson has joined ACBL as Oracle DBA Administrator and Betty Waggoner has been named PeopleSoft Programmer/Analyst in the Technology Department.

Sean Smith has been named Director of Operations and Enrique Gil has been named Director of Finance and Administration for ACBL de Venezuela, C.A.

In addition, the Louisiana Dock Company LLC announced the following appointments:

Lee Schroeder has been named Fleet Superintendent for the Harahan and Marrero, Louisiana Fleets.

Trinette M. Jasmin has joined LDC as Senior Administrative Assistant for the Gulf Coast Operations in Harahan, Louisiana.

Riley E. Fitzgerald, Jr. has been named Manager of Barge Repair and Cleaning at the Cairo, Illinois facility.

Jeffrey A. Davis has joined LDC as Tank Barge Maintenance Inspector based in South Point, Ohio .

George S. Clark has been named Port Captain for Gulf Coast Operations in Harahan, Louisiana.

Louisiana Dock Company LLC is a subsidiary of American Commercial Lines LLC, an integrated marine transportation and service company headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

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